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  1. Improving care for people with diabetes and a learning disability
  2. Monitoring the Mental Health Act in 2016/17
  3. Cost effectiveness methodology for vaccination programmes: consultation
  4. Preventing suicide in community and custodial settings
  5. A mixed picture: an inquiry into geographical inequalities and breast cancer
  6. More than bricks: are social housing providers best placed to offer support to tenant
  7. NHS treatment of private patients: the impact on NHS finances and NHS patient care
  8. Monitoring the Mental Health Act in 2016/17
  9. Forward thinking: NIHR research on support for people with severe mental illness
  10. Instant messaging in the NHS: an exploration of the relationship between consumer mes
  11. Forgotten not fixed: a blueprint to tackle the increasing burden of malnutrition in E
  12. Frontline online: smarter blue light services
  13. National minimum wage: sleep in care
  14. Our invisible addicts
  15. NHS reality check: update 2018
  16. Public health nursing workforce: guidance for employers
  17. Best start in life: cost-effective commissioning
  18. Care Quality Commission: regulating health and social care
  19. NHS 111 workforce blueprint: workforce survey
  20. Highly specialised services 2017
  21. London 2030 and beyond: report of the King's Commission on London
  22. Responsibility for prescribing between primary and secondary/tertiary care
  23. Medicines optimisation in care homes: programme overview
  24. The health, safety and wellbeing of shift workers in health and social care environme
  25. Counter-terrorism in the NHS: evaluating Prevent Duty safeguarding in the NHS
  26. Housing and health: opportunities for sustainability and transformation partnerships
  27. Barriers to uptake of minimal access surgery in the United Kingdom
  28. International comparisons of health and wellbeing in early childhood
  29. Adult social care funding: a local or national responsibility?
  30. Improving health and care through the home: a national memorandum of understanding
  31. The public finances: a historical overview
  32. The Government’s mandate to NHS England for 2018-19
  33. Maintaining momentum: driving improvements in mental health care
  34. Chief Social Worker for Adults annual report 2017-18: from strength to strength - str
  35. NHS Cervical Screening Programme: the role of the cervical screening provider lead
  36. NHS public health functions agreement 2018-19: public health functions to be exercise
  37. Sustainability and transformation in the NHS
  38. The state of care in independent online primary health services
  39. Service specification: integrated mental health service for prisons in England
  40. The Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) pathway for people with long-t
  41. Physical activity and the environment
  42. Maintaining momentum: driving improvements in mental health care
  43. Public Health England stakeholder review 20178/18
  44. The prioritisation framework: making the most of your budget
  45. Integrating mental health and social care: does it work in practice?
  46. Pulling together
  47. An evaluation of the Standing Together project
  48. Learning disabilities and behaviour that challenges: service design and delivery
  49. Stop smoking interventions and services
  50. How commissioners use research evidence
  51. Brexit: reciprocal healthcare
  52. Annual business plan 2018–19
  53. National HIV self-sampling service: two year service report
  54. Productivity of the English National Health Service: 2015/16 update
  55. Drug misuse prevention
  56. NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard: 2017 data analysis report for national healthca
  57. Gender pay gap
  58. Conditions for which over the counter items should not routinely be prescribed in pri
  59. Planning, assuring and delivering service change for patients
  60. NHS England funding and resource: 2018/19: supporting 'Next Steps for the NHS Five Ye
  61. Post-implementation review of the NHS (Pharmaceutical and Local Pharmaceutical Servic
  62. Tough task: the NHS delivering for patients and staff in 2018/19
  63. European Social Fund
  64. New initiatives to support staff retention
  65. Think Autism strategy: governance refresh
  66. The two billion pound question: is there an opportunity to move from meeting to manag
  67. Ensuring patient safety, enabling professionalism
  68. The promise of healthtech: how digital innovators are transforming the NHS
  69. Building a business case for a minor ailment service
  70. Service specification: integrated substance misuse treatment service prisons in Engla
  71. Strategic direction for sexual assault and abuse services
  72. Public health functions to be exercised by NHS England: sexual assault referral centr
  73. Integrated commissioning for better outcomes: a commissioning framework
  74. Care and support of people growing older with learning disabilities
  75. The state of care in independent acute hospitals
  76. Nursing associates: consultation on the regulation of a new profession
  77. Accounting for the quality of NHS output
  78. The changing nature of regulation in the NHS
  79. Online consultations in general practice: the questions to ask
  80. Invisible no longer: women and HIV
  81. Online consultations in general practice: the questions to ask
  82. HPV vaccination programme for men who have sex with men (MSM): clinical and operation
  83. New methods for analysing the distribution of EQ-5D observations
  84. Rehabilitation in people with severe and enduring mental illness: draft scope consult
  85. Less waste, more health: a health professional's guide to reducing waste
  86. Cyber attack on the NHS
  87. Workforce to care force: who cares?
  88. Messages on the future of domiciliary care services
  89. Retrospective review of use of mesh or tape for urogynaecological surgery
  90. Mortality in the UK
  91. Memorandum on data-sharing between NHS Digital and the Home Office
  92. Messages on the future of domiciliary care services
  93. Nursing in the digital age: using technology to support patients in the home
  94. Parliamentary and Health Services Ombudsman annual scrutiny 2016–17
  95. Retention from an organisational development perspective
  96. Healthy housebuilding
  97. Research and development funding across government
  98. Accountability in modern government: what are the issues?
  99. Facing the future audit 2017: standards for acute general paediatric services
  100. The Montefiore Health System in New York: integrated care and the fight for social ju
  101. The Lord Darzi review of health and care: interim report
  102. Antenatal and postnatal mental health: clinical management and service guidance
  103. Data for public benefit: balancing the risks and benefits of data sharing
  104. Alcohol and mental health: policy and practice in England
  105. The rising cost of medicines to the NHS: what’s the story?
  106. Patient-centred care for older people with complex needs: evaluation of a new care mo
  107. NHS Trust Development Authority (HSIB Maternity Investigations) Directions 2018
  108. Funding supported housing for all: Specialised Supported Housing for people with a le
  109. Health warning for employers: supporting older workers with health conditions
  110. Creative and cultural activities and wellbeing in later life
  111. Cancer workforce in England
  112. Tackling workforce supply challenges through local collaboration
  113. Mental health statistics for England: prevalence, services and funding
  114. Department of Health and Social Care group accounting manual 2018–19
  115. The UK biotech sector and Brexit: past performance and future prospects
  116. NHS HR professional development strategy stocktake report
  117. Data for public benefit: balancing the risks and benefits of data sharing
  118. Powerful patients, paperless systems: how new technology can renew the NHS
  119. Tackling obesity: what the UK can learn from other countries
  120. The hardest hit: addressing the crisis in alcohol treatment services
  121. The independent review of the Mental Health Act: interim report
  122. Mapping the NHS winter
  123. Sleep-ins - a tipping point?: an independent survey to assess the impact of the sleep
  124. What can England learn from the long-term care system in Japan?
  125. Going the distance: exercise professionals in the wider public health workforce
  126. The Government’s green paper on mental health: failing a generation
  127. The adult social care workforce in England
  128. Regional research workshops: reports
  129. Postural care services: making reasonable adjustments
  130. Fentanyl: preparing for a future threat
  131. The Prevention Challenge – one year on
  132. Saturated fats and health: draft SACN report
  133. Main estimates: Government spending plans for 2018-19
  134. Improving staff retention
  135. Freedom to Speak Up: guidance for NHS trust and NHS foundation trust boards
  136. Spotlight on the 10 High Impact Actions
  137. Primary care home: community pharmacy integration and innovation
  138. NHS England’s management of the primary care support services contract with Capita
  139. Stress: are we coping?
  140. A fork in the road: next steps for social care funding reform
  141. Burning Britain?: tackling 'burning injustices' that blight Britain
  142. Missed opportunities: advance care planning report
  143. A better offer for older people: making extra care housing work for your community
  144. The debate on indication-based pricing in the U.S. and five Major European countries
  145. Promoting health and preventing premature mortality in black, Asian and other minorit
  146. NHS at 70: public attitudes to the health and care system
  147. Sexual and reproductive health: RCN report on the impact of funding and service chang
  148. Network and Information Systems Regulations 2018: guide for the health sector in Engl
  149. Voices from the social care crisis
  150. NHS operational productivity: unwarranted variations - mental health services, commun
  151. Health matters: preventing Type 2 Diabetes
  152. Securing the future: funding health and social care to the 2030s
  153. Under pressure: safely managing increased demand in emergency departments
  154. ‘The world’s biggest quango’: the first five years of NHS England
  155. Public health consequences of e-cigarettes
  156. Citizen science: crowdsourcing for research
  157. Problem parental drug and alcohol use: a toolkit for local authorities
  158. Estimation of costs to the NHS and social care due to the health impacts of air pollu
  159. Dental contract reform: evaluation of the first year of prototyping 2016-2017
  160. Sugar reduction and wider reformulation programme: report on progress towards the fir
  161. Emergency hospital admissions in England: which may be avoidable and how?
  162. Strengthening your nursing supply case study
  163. Good rostering guide
  164. Commission Inquiry on Health and Wellbeing Innovation
  165. Clinical correspondence handling in the NHS
  166. Mental health, human rights and standards of care
  167. Carers action plan 2018 - 2020: supporting carers today
  168. Advancing dental care: education and training review - final report
  169. Developing pathways for referring patients from secondary care to specialist alcohol
  170. Making money work in the health and care system
  171. Social Work England secondary legislation: assessment of impacts
  172. Review of Private Patient Unit arrangements
  173. Local general practitioners retention fund: guidance for NHS England regional and loc
  174. Corporate records retention and disposal schedule and guidance
  175. Local health and care record exemplars: a summary
  176. Transforming care: the challenges and solutions
  177. Using data in the NHS: the implications of the opt-out and GDPR
  178. Hypothecated funding for health and social care: how might it work?
  179. Rebuilding my body: breast reconstruction in England
  180. The social determinants of young people's health
  181. Listening to our future: early findings from the Health Foundation's Young people's f
  182. Taking the value-based agenda forward: the five essential components of value-based a
  183. Reducing emergency admissions
  184. Better health and care for all: a 10-point plan for the 2020s
  185. The role of cities in improving population health: international insights
  186. Risk and reward sharing for NHS integrated care systems
  187. Government response to the House of Lords European Union Committee, 13th report of se
  188. Protecting the public’s health across Europe after Brexit
  189. What the NHS needs to see from the social care green paper
  190. System under strain: why demand pressures are more than a winter phenomenon
  191. When tragedy strikes: reflections on the NHS response to the Manchester Arena bombing
  192. Work, worklessness and health: local infographic tool
  193. Heatwave mortality monitoring: summer 2016
  194. Newborn and infant physical examination quality improvement guidance
  195. Review of the National Childbirth Trust 'Hidden Half' report and GP consultation
  196. Health matters: reproductive health and pregnancy planning
  197. National Health Service Pay Review Body: 31st report 2018
  198. The NHS at 70: are we expecting too much from the NHS?
  199. The value of the executive commissioning nurse
  200. Long-term funding of adult social care
  201. This could cost lives: a frontline view on the funding of supported housing
  202. Children’s public health 0 to 5 Years – interim national reporting process for the un
  203. Call for evidence on approach to loneliness strategy
  204. Monetising goodwill: empowering places for civic renewal
  205. Hiding in plain sight: treating tobacco dependency in the NHS
  206. How good is the NHS?
  207. The public and the NHS: what’s the deal?
  208. Double or quits: calculating how many more medical students we need
  209. Digital-first primary care and its implications for general practice payments
  210. Report of the review of the Quality and Outcomes Framework in England
  211. Everybody active, every day: framework for physical activity
  212. Beyond barriers: how older people move between health and care in England
  213. GP partnership review
  214. Developing new care models through NHS vanguards
  215. Raising awareness of the signs and symptoms, and ensuring early diagnosis and treatme
  216. Quality of life in long-term cancer survivors: implications for future health technol
  217. Ten steps towards a new plan for the NHS in England
  218. An NHS bonus: how fixing the NHS’s broken pay system can deliver better outcomes for
  219. Work, worklessness and health: local infographic tool
  220. Financial sustainability of local authorities
  221. Muscle and bone strengthening and balance activities for general health benefits in a
  222. The NHS funding settlement: recovering lost ground
  223. See the light: improving capacity in NHS eye care in*England
  224. An economic analysis of flu vaccination
  225. Evidence-based interventions: consultation document
  226. Infectious diseases in pregnancy screening checks and audits
  227. The health and social care interface
  228. How to ensure your organisation gets value for money from the NHS pension scheme
  229. Training pathways 2: why do doctors take breaks from their training?
  230. National training surveys 2018: initial findings report
  231. In good health: a report following the All Party Pharmacy Group's 2018 inquiry into l
  232. Mental health: how do you know your council is doing all it can to improve mental hea
  233. Loneliness: how do you know your council is actively tackling loneliness?
  234. Public health approaches to reducing family violence
  235. A sustainable adult social care and support system for the long term: moving the conv
  236. Supporting line managers to foster engagement
  237. Learning from deaths: guidance for NHS trusts on working with bereaved families and c
  238. The NHS 10-year plan: how should the extra funding be spent?
  239. Inequalities in access to hospice and palliative care
  240. Polypharmacy: getting our medicines right
  241. Consultation on the revised indicative sanctions policy
  242. Making THE (transport, health and environment) link
  243. Using the apprenticeship levy
  244. Less help to quit: what’s happening to stop smoking prescriptions across Britain
  245. Caring for carers: the lives of family carers in the UK
  246. Agenda for Change pay deal: context and funding for 2018/19
  247. Each baby counts: themed report on anaesthetic care, including lessons identified fro
  248. A dangerous waiting game? a review of patient access to inguinal hernia surgery in En
  249. Learning disabilities and CQC inspection reports
  250. Fiscal sustainability report